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Little Cokenach, Nuthampstead

Description: Little Cokenach

Grade: II
Date Listed: 3 June 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 162596

OS Grid Reference: TL4117534900
OS Grid Coordinates: 541175, 234900
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9946, 0.0548

Location: 3 Park Farm Lane, Nuthampstead SG8 8LS

Locality: Nuthampstead
Local Authority: North Hertfordshire District Council
County: Hertfordshire
Country: England
Postcode: SG8 8LS

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Listing Text

TL 43 SW
6/139 Little Cokenach

- II

House. C16 or early C17. Raised, floored, cased and extended in 1837 for
W.H. Clinton of Cokenach (q.v., Barkway Civil Parish). Altered C20.
Timber frame. Raised, cased and extended in red brick. Rendered. Tiled
roof. Originally 3 bays and probably part open to roof. Extended to
right by 1 bay. Now 2 storeys and attic. To front a large early C19 red
brick external stack with a double plinth and 2 C20 pointed arched
windows, kneelers to coped offsets with chamfered arrises. Scattered 2
and 3 light recessed C19 and C20 casements. A plank door in added bay to
right. Dentilled brick eaves. C19 cross axial ridge stack to right of
centre. Extruded right end stack with tumbled-in tiled offsets,
chamfered arrises, twin shafts. Left gable end finialed bargeboards. To
rear left a C20 red brick 1 storey outshut, rounded at corner, C20
weatherboarded lean-to addition to centre. First floor 2 and 3 light
casements. Dentilled brick eaves. Two 2 light dormers with raking heads.
Interior: exposed framing, jowled posts, tension braces, stop chamfered
joists, clasped purlin roof. Attached to rear of C19 bay are C19 former
stables and sheds: a red brick bay with a gauged white brick round
headed opening in a relieving arch, weatherboarding beyond with a
pantiled roof. To rear an L shaped open range with cast-iron
colonnettes, hipped roof. Attached walls with doubly triangulated coping
with rolled heads. A moat to SW marks medieval manorial site. (VCH 1914:
RCHM Typescript).

Listing NGR: TL4117534900

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Source: English Heritage

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